Ryan International School in Gurugram reopened on Monday, ten days after a Class 2 boy was found murdered in the school premises.

However, many students skipped school, including most of the victim’s classmates. Only two Class 2 students attended, while two others, along with their parents, came to quit the school, according to NDTV. Most other classes also had very low attendance, and no classes were held since several parents wanted to pull their children out of the school, Hindustan Times reported.

Meanwhile, the accused school bus conductor was produced in the special Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act court on Monday, along with two officials of Ryan International School, ANI reported.

A seven-year-old boy was found murdered with his throat slit in the premises of Ryan International School on September 8. School bus conductor, Ashok Kumar, had been arrested the same day in connection with the case.

The CBSE on Saturday had asked Ryan International School to explain why its affiliation to the board should not be revoked. The board said the incident could have been averted if the school administration had discharged their duty responsibly.

A postmortem report revealed that injuries on the boy’s neck inflicted by a sharp-edged weapon was the cause of his death. The boy’s trachea and food pipe were damaged in the attack, according to the report.